Croatian private airline ETF Airways is currently preparing for the arrival of a third aircraft in its fleet. This airline started operations in the summer of 2021, and in less than a year it is increasing the number of aircraft in its fleet, reports Croatian Aviation.
Namely, the Croatian carrier specializing in charter and ACMI operations will soon add another B737-800 aircraft to its fleet. It is an aircraft that will be named “Discovery” and will be entered into the Croatian aircraft register under the code 9A-KOR.
As the airline announced on its official LinkedIn profile, the aircraft is currently undergoing a detailed inspection, and upon completion, it will join the fleet and begin charter operations in the upcoming summer season.
At the end of May last year, ETF Airways presented its first B737-800 at Pula Airport, registration number 9A-LAB bearing the name “Voyager”, and the number of aircraft soon increased to two, with the arrival of 9A-ABC, the name “Enterprise”.
Less than a year after the start of operations, the airline is increasing the number of aircraft to three and is the only Croatian operator to have American-made aircraft (Boeing) in its fleet.
ETF Airways is building a successful aviation story in Croatia and is currently hiring new cabin crew members.
It should be added that the other two Croatian airlines have also increased their fleet. Namely, two weeks ago, Fly Air41 added the fourth aircraft to its fleet, registration number 9A-ZAG, while on April 6, Trade Air should land in Zagreb from the United Arab Emirates with a new A320 that will bear the 9A mark in the Croatian register – 9A-BTK.
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